Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening or whatever time of day it is for you while you are looking at this post. Get ready for a ton of posts from my time in Europe as right now I am fully focused on bringing the best possible content to you all and sharing all of my amazing experiences from my trips with you all. In today’s post I was wandering around Notting Hill searching for Hugh Grant of course. No not really, but since I was in Notting Hill I couldn’t resist throwing in a little reference to one of my favorite Romantic movies. There may not be a little travel bookstore with a bright red door but there are the most stunning and adorable little groups of bright colored row houses. Obviously, I am trying to figure out how soon I can move in to the pink one. This street right off of Portobello road is pretty iconic and most who visit Notting Hill try and seek out the area. I’m sure you yourself have even seen many photos of the beautiful little street but wondered where you could find such whimsical homes.
Portobello road is a hopping street most well known for the Portobello Road Market. It happens pretty much everyday and the venders of the small boutiques that line the road line up stands with everything from vintage jewelry treasures to authentic paintings and posters. It is definitely worth a little stroll down Portobello Road if you are visiting London. Not only is the area filled with little antiques and vintage knick knacks but the streets adjacent to Portobello Road are filled with other well known and higher end stores such as Rag & Bone and All Saints. On this day the weather in London was warming up a bit and I was dying to wear my new Re-Done denim shorts, as you all may know I’ve just ventured into denim shorts and I’m loving it. I paired it with my classic Play by Commes Des Garcons button up shirt, new crisp and white Converse (perfect for walking around the city) and last but not least for the final classically chic touch my go to Leather Jacket from Zara and Chanel Flap Bag.